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  1. #11
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    Rest in Peace
    frank_f15's Avatar
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    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    My prayers for MAD and his family.
    FRANK

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    Veteran Member Timber's Avatar
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    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    I'm at a total Loss hear. I don't even know what to say. My heart goes out to his family.
    Kubota B7800, Sundown Loader Forks, Landpride PHD, Sundown 66" Box Blade, 800 pound Ballast Drum with chain storage, ATI Grapple, 60" WR Long Diverter, Landpride Brush mower, 7' Landpride Rake,Manlift platform, Bucket mounted 6' Snow Plow, 3 point Cherry Picker, Subsoiler

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    Elite Member Dmace's Avatar
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    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    It is always unfortunate to hear about someones passing, especially when it's a local person.

    8561 - If there is anything the family needs that I may be able to help with, please let me know and tell them our prayers are with them.
    Derek
    Kioti CK20HST
    KL120 FEL // KB2365 BH // 60" JRW 3ph snowblower // 48" HD Boxblade
    Sims-Cab Depot heated cab
    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondPilot
    Now it's time for Ford and GM to step up

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    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    Condolences to his family and friends. RIP Madreferee.
    BX23 w/60" MMM & thumb.
    1966 Wheelhorse 856, Gear drive.
    1966 Wheelhorse 876, HST drive.
    w/50"sickle mower, 36" RDM, snow/grader plow, Alternator welder.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    I can hardly believe this. He was just posting the other day. Our prayers go out to his family.
    Steve...

    "My biggest fear is that when I'm gone my wife will sell all my tractor gear for what I said I paid for it. "

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    Kubota GST Grand L3130 w/ 723 loader, Ags

    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    I really enjoyed reading his posts and responses. He was a wealth of information and will be definitley missed. Seemed like he would have been a great guy to meet in person. Regards to his family...

    John

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    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    I feel like I just lost A real good friend. He was a kind and generous man.
    He shared his knowledge and know-how with so many of us.
    May he rest in peace. Prayers for his family.

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    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    What can one say????? My sympathys for the family is about all??
    Kubota B3030 with 40 amp alternator kit; LA403 FEL; 60 inch backblade; sub-soiler; ballast box; EzMover hitch; Payne clamp-on bucket forks; a HD set of smaller discs and a 60" landscape rake with dolly wheels
    Hobart HH210 Mig welder

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    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    I'm in shock. It's quite a blow to hear of his passing as I was just reading his post on how he came up with his name in another thread. I was curious what he was a referee in. It's even more of a shock to hear he was only 58!!

    I've enjoyed his posts and will miss him.

    If it's possible, is there anyway to pring this thread and mail it to his family?

    Eddie

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    Ford 1920 4x4 (traded in on Kubota). Case 480F TLB w/4 in 1 bucket, 4x4. Gehl CTL60 tracked loader, Kubota L4330 GST

    Default Re: Madreferee, TBN Member

    Tim,

    Thanks for posting this. I would have missed MadReferee as soon as there was a post asking about hydraulic problems and he didn't answer within several hours. Its clear this website was important to him. I once posted an invitation to Mad to write a book on tractor hydraulics- he had a captive audience here. Others chimed in too but Mad seemed too modest about his insights.

    A lot of good people come and go on this site. After awhile, when you notice, you always hope its because other priorities crowded this one out. But you always wonder.

    John

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